We Are Committed to Enriching Lives Through Opportunity
Entrust Community Services is nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in order to provide the highest level of service to people with disabilities. Our programs range from Employment Services to Educational Training Programs, to Community Based Daytime Programs that offer access to the community for everyone with a disability to providing stabilization services to people experiencing homelessness.
Supported Employment Services
Many of our employment services are funded by grants from the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) or the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR).
Our Employment services provide you with the following:
Job Assessments – Don’t know where to start? We pay you to work on-site with a real business so we can learn about your interests and work-related skills. We then take what we learn and recommend some options that are the best fit for you.
Job Training – Do you need job training? Our training programs can teach you the skills you need for your next job. Opportunities include janitorial, retail, manufacturing, and others. Ask today how we can help!
Job Placement – Do you need help finding a job? Develop a career portfolio that includes your resume, cover letters and references. We can even help you prepare for the interview. Out network of business partners are waiting to hear from you!
Job Retention – Do you need help keeping your job? We use on-site, face-to-face counseling to help 8 out of 10 people keep their jobs longer than 90 days. You can learn how to resolve conflicts, communicate with co-workers, and other important skills that we will help you succeed in your new job!
Youth Transition Services
Are you ready to greet the world of work as an independent adult? Ask us today how you can discover your independence!
Our Youth Transition Services are designed to deliver the best guidance for you as a high school student about to graduate and enter the world of work.
Here is what you can expect from our Youth Transition Services:
Family and School Cooperation
Your education is important to us! We make sure our program meets your individual needs and also present weekly verbal reports and monthly written reports to your family and teachers to keep them involved in your success.
Employment Skills Curriculum
Every day of the program, you participate in 1 hour of classroom training that teaches you everything you need to be ready for your next job. Various topics are covered throughout the school year, such as customer service, social skills, self-maintenance and even financial education!
Work Site Rotations
Impress your next employer by gaining valuable firsthand work experience! You can experience 3 different community based work sites for 12 weeks per location. Our trained, professional instructors work with you and your work group 5 days a week, 4 hours a day, with a 30 minute lunch break.
Job Placement Support
Your future matters to us, and that’s why we help you find your first job as an independent adult. Develop a career portfolio that includes your resume, cover letters, and letters of reference. Use our expertise to successfully apply for services from the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR). Get that important interview by taking advantage of our network of great business partners!
Community Access and Enrichment Services
This service is designed to enable an individual to enrich his or her life and enjoy a full range of community activities by providing opportunities for developing, enhancing, and maintaining competency in personal, social and community activities.
Services include, but are not limited to:
- Career exploration through situational assessments of interests
- Community integration experiences
- Skill development and training
- Development of activities of daily living and independent living skills
- Socialization experiences and support
- Pursuit of personal interests and hobbies
These services are intended for the following individuals:
- People of working age who may be on a “pathway” to employment
- People who are working part-time and could benefit from supplemental service when not working
- People who require constant support and would like to participate in a structured and supervised program of services in a group setting